But the proposal, which is about to become a litmus for many Democratic Party rivals in 2020, is not just a decision about what hurts the United States. That would mean bringing American society back to the drawing board and rebuilding it from the safety net. American work to work with family farmers to retrofit each building in the country.
Here is a look at some passages contained in the 14-page resolution and what they could mean for the country:
"Meeting 100% of US electricity demand through Clean, Renewable and zero energy
"Building or Upgrading of Energy Efficient, Distributed and" Intelligent "Energy Networks and Work to Provide Affordable Electricity Prices
"Modernizing all existing US buildings and building new buildings to achieve maximum energy efficiency, water efficiency, safety, affordability, comfort and durability, including through electrification"
" United States to eliminate pollution and emissions and greenhouse gas emissions from the transport sector, to the extent technologically feasible, including through investment vehicle with zero emissions infrastructure and production; (ii) clean, accessible and accessible public transport; and (iii) high-speed rail transport
But encouraging people with tax incentives is different from revising transport systems. And it's tough: Just a few days after the introduction of the Green New Deal, the new Governor of California, Gavin Newham, Democrat and Progressive, pulled the planned high-speed rail from Los Angeles to San Francisco instead of focusing on three smaller communities in Central Valley. One of the reasons why Newswoman said he has not completed the program is that he does not want the state to return a federal loan of $ 3.5 billion. Low-tech solutions
"greenhouse gas abatement and pollution reduction, including through restoration of natural ecosystems through proven low-tech solutions that increase carbon storage in the soil, such as conservation and afforestation"
"working in collaboration with farmers and farmers in the United States to eliminate pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from the agricultural sector as far as technologically feasible"
Guaranteed work, leave, rest and retirement
with family salaries, adequate family and medical leave, paid holidays, and pension security for all people in the United States.
"Strengthening and Implementation of Labor, Health and Safety at Work, Anti-Discrimination and Pay and Hourly Standards for All Employers, Industries and Sectors"
"providing and using funds so that the public obtains appropriate ownership and return on investments, adequate capital (including through subsidies from community, public banks and other public funding), technical expertise, supportive policies, and other forms of community, organization, federal, state and local government agencies, and companies working on the mobilization of the Green New Treaty "
The public will pay for all this change so the public needs to get a return is one way to look at this passage. The public as an owner is probably enough to strike fear in many Republicans. And that would be a sure trigger for them to bring Venezuela, which has shed the riches of its state oil company.
Ensuring Higher Education
"Providing resources, training and high-quality education, including higher education, to all people of the United States, focusing on the front line and vulnerable communities so that these communities can be full and equal "
Unions are in long-term decline in the US While 20% of salaries and wages in the United States were in trade unions in 1983 – about 17.7 million, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics – this is up to 10.5% of wage and salary workers and 14.7 million union workers 2018. There are many reasons for this decline, not least the changing nature of US production
Trade unions remain the strongest in the public sector and among government officials, ranging from law enforcement to teachers, with an additional 1.6 million workers in jobs covered by trade union contracts but not union members
"Implementation and Implementation of Trade Rules, Supply Standards and Border Corrections with High Protection of the Workforce and the Environment"
" Obtaining free, prior and informed consent of indigenous peoples for all decisions affecting indigenous peoples and their traditional territories, compliance with all treaties and agreements with indigenous peoples, and protection and enforcement of sovereignty and the earthly rights of the indigenous population "
There may be lost opportunities for development, but many democrats will surely trade that they are close targets for slowing dependence on oil and for indigenous peoples.
"providing all people of the United States with – (i) high-quality health care, (ii) affordable, safe and adequate housing, (iii) affordable, safe and adequate housing, ) economic security;) access to clean water, clean air, healthy and affordable food, and nature
This brings together many things.This question between progressive and conservative will be whether the US government should give access to health care.Many of the supporters of the "Green New Course" supported Medicare-for-all, which is both a common idea that many Democrats are lagging behind, as well as a specific political proposal with fewer supporters
One question is whether the government will have to end the private sector healthcare to create a public, and this kind of drastic change has the potential to really frighten voters who punish Democrats for the creation of the Accessibility Care Act in 2010, and then publish Republicans trying to take it in 2018  The government is now right and quite, although some say it is not enough for food, water, air and nature fronts with the Food and Drug Administration, the USDA, the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Park Service, so it's hard to say so what will change within a green new course without more details.